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San Jose, California
July 8, 2017
Point Reyes National Seashore
Marin County
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Point Reyes National Seashore
July 8, 2017

The Place


The Point Reyes Peninsula has an extemely rich biological diversity. Everything from Tule Elk to Elephant Seals and over 490 bird species can be found here due to the variety of habitat and uniqueness of the geology

Walking The Walk


Level: 3.5 Challenging - Miles: 10 - Elevation: 1200'

Hosts: Troy & Amy


We start through a forest of Bishop Pine and Douglas Fir down the Bayeview Trail to the Laguna Trail. When we reach the hostel we cut across to the Coast Trail hiking through coastal scrub and prairie on the way to Drake's Bay. We will have our meeting on Limantour Beach. Afterwoards we continue on Coastal Trail to Fire Lane Trail and up to Sky Trail. From Sky Trailhead we follow Bayview Trail back to the start.

Directions:

From San Jose heads towards San Francisco. From SF go north on U.S. Highway 101 and cross the Golden Gate Bridge, follow 101 about 9 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge to the Sir Francis Drake – San Anslemo exit – 450B. Make sure you are in the land for San Anselmo (the second lane from the right) and exit onto Sir Francis Drake Blvd heading west. Follow Sir Francis west approximately 21 miles – passing through San Anselmo, Fairfax, and Samuel P. Taylor Park – until Sir Francis Drake Blvd intersects with Highway 1 at Olema. Turn right on Highway 1 and proceed north about 100 yards. Take the first left at Bear Valley Road. In approximately 2 miles turn left on Limantour Rd. and go 4.5 miles to Bayview Trailhead on the right.

Know Before You Go:

Drive Time: 2 Hours; Parking is FREE; No Dogs Allowed



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